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Try to get in by a live distro linux-dvd or an "i have the password" linux but build in a windows environment distro to handle download this to make a live installing utility so you can get in the maps to see whats insite but only a mailbox is a carefully shop that is a special question that i can not answer. but look insite the option on google for rescue cd dvd etc. Top 5 Free Rescue Discs for Your Sys Admin Toolkit
The file "spcmd.sys" is known to be created under the following filenames:
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i think ur computer hangup after booting
there may be some problum in ur op system . it hase virous.
2nd u test ur mouse and keyboard to another computer if they work correctly u have to reinstall ur op sys
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Either you have a defective CD, or a defective Hard Drive, or defective memory. Firstly is this a clean install? Try reformatting the drive and running chkdsk or a manufacturers disk utility. Then remove fingerprints and other marks from CD by wiping from the centre outwards. Let me know how you get on.
the ntldr.sys file is used to boot your winxp, this should have got corrupted, or your boot sector in the harddisk should have got corrupted.
what file system was used on your harddisk ( Fat32 or NTFS)
if it is Fat32 then you can try this. boot your system with win98 boot cd or floppy. after booting insert your windows xp cd in the cd drive copy the file ntldr.sys from the i386 folder to the os root dir(usually the c:) you will receive a overwrite message. do the over writing. thats all.
now restart your system normally (harddisk). it should be fine.
if the file system is NTFS, i am sorry to say, if you dont know the admin pass, you will have to repair the installation with the winxp cd,
for this boot your system with the winxp cd, on the first screen, press enter( for a fresh installation), then press F8, now you will be notified that there is already a window installation, on this screen press 'R' to repair the installation. follow the online screen.
Actually this is a nothing but just a reinstall of the OS. you may have to reinstall most of the os updates. and a few softwares also.